A buzzing sea port and former Portuguese and Dutch colony, Kochi offers some of the most unique art spaces and events in the country. Since the first Kochi-Muziris Biennale in 2012, Kochi has transformed into a major art destination with artist studios and galleries that are reclaiming and transforming the most unusual spaces.
An extension of the Fine Arts Emporium, they exhibit a collection of antiques from the Simethy brother’s personal collection.They present an array of rare and priceless artefacts, some as old as 8000 years.
Displays a wide range or artefacts that show indo-portugese influence on art, culture and architecture in Kerala. It houses sculptures, metal objects and vestments that reflect Indo-Portugese artistic and cultural legacy.
A collective space created for art practice. It works as a habitat and a show space for art forms, both old and new. It is a fertile base for new and unforeseen fusions in art-making.